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(l-r) Sam Crane, Melody Grove, Lucas Hall, Huss Garbiya, Edward Peel and Mark Rylance Opened in December. The very first moment in Farinelli and the King, the very last play to open on Broadway in 2017, was not just memorable; it was thrilling. It ws the moment we saw the sumptuous set, multi-tiered, rich dark wood, red brocade and pre-electric chandeliers that were lowered in front of us, so that the performers could light the candles in them. What made this so memorable – what makes so many moments in theater worthwhile – is the excitement of anticipating what will follow.

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